Apr 27, 2016
In this episode of the Clarineat podcast, host Sean Perrin discusses hearing protection, safe listening with headphones, hearing protection for musicians, and Etymotic's amazing line of headphone and hearing protection devices.
Apr 22, 2016
In this episode of the Clarineat Podcast, host Sean Perrin speaks with Peter Stoll and Derek Chiu of the Royal Conservatory of Music about the completely redesigned Clarinet Syllabus. Topics covered include the exam requirements, conversation about the value of structured music education, and how to get a great mark on your exam!
Apr 13, 2016
In this episode of the Clarineat.com podcast host Sean Perrin speaks with master repairman Peter Spriggs. This episode took place on location at the Clarinet Center in the beautiful Penticton BC.
Mar 30, 2016
In this episode of the Clarineat.com podcast, host Sean Perrin speaks with guest Raissa Fahlman who shares her experience with switching to the reform Boehm clarinet.
Mar 16, 2016
In this episode of the Clarineat.com podcast, host Sean Perrin speaks with guest Garrett Hope who is the host of the Composer on Fire Podcast. They discuss the business of music, working with living composers, goal setting, and much more.
Mar 8, 2016
In this episode of the Clarineat.com podcast, host Sean Perrin speaks with Swedish clarinet superstar Martin Fröst about his latest CD "Roots". There were many listener questions were submitted for this episode, and I'd like to thank all who took the time to submit questions. I'm pleased to say that Martin has agreed to return to the podcast in the future to continue the conversation.
Feb 27, 2016
In this episode of the Clarineat.com podcast, host Sean Perrin speaks with the emerging artist and composer Eric Salazar about composition, improvisation, his new album, the business of music, and his involvement with Classical Music Indy and the International Clarinet Association's new project called "BuzzReed."
Feb 13, 2016
Host Sean Perrin chats with David Blumberg, who has diverse musical experience as a performer, instructor, clinician, and music producer. He’s also an artist for Backun Musical Services and D’addario woodwinds. They discuss some of his career highlights including working on the John Williams clarinet concerto recordings, his “mytempo” music software, his involvement with the now defunct MP3.com startup in the late 1990s, his Skype teaching career and much more.
Feb 13, 2016
In this episode of the Clarineat podcast, host Sean Perrin talks with Kathryn Ladano, who is an instructor of bass clarinet at the University of Waterloo, and teaches improvisation at Sir Wilfred Laurier University. They delve into her work as an improviser, discuss her latest records, and discuss her passion for having the bass clarinet recognized as a solo instrument. This episode's giveaway is a signed copy of each of her CDs: "Open" and "...Listen."
Feb 1, 2016
Host Sean Perrin talks with special guest Lori Freedman. They discuss her upcoming Virtuosity of Excess tour (which heads to Toronto, Brooklyn, Calgary, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, Edmonton, Montreal and Brandon), the aesthetics of music, improvisation, composing, performing, music teaching and education, and more. Win a copy of her latest CD "Bridge" and a tour T-shirt by following Clarineat on social media!
Jan 25, 2016
In this episode of the Clarineat Podcast, host Sean Perrin talks with the owner of Landwell Reed Knives Daryl Caswell about music, design, and, of course, his amazing knives. Daryl is also the principal horn player of the Red Deer Symphony, a senior engineering instructor at The University of Calgary, and owns a repair business.
Jan 18, 2016
On the third episode of the clarineat.com podcast, host Sean Perrin interviews Tom Puwalski of the US Army Field Band.
Jan 11, 2016
In this episode of the Clarineat Podcast, host Sean Perrin has a conversation with Michael Norsworthy of the Boston Conservatory. They discuss chamber music, his latest disc, stories from his time as a student, and more.
Jan 4, 2016
In this episode of the Clarineat.com podcast, host Sean Perrin speaks with Ryan Pereira of Pereira 3D Clarinet innovations about his unique line of 3D printed clarinet products. The future is here! Discussed Topics: What is the design and printing process like? Is there any hand finishing that needs to be done? Sustainability, health, cost, and durability benefits of 3D products Custom colors, sizes, logos and designs What kind of materials can be used Will it blend? (Just kidding!) Adjusting mass and density through design What are the differences between each model? How does it sound? (musical example) Are these products compatible with all brands of clarinets? Can customers "download" a 3D barrel and print at home? Listener Questions
Dec 21, 2015
The introductory episode to the Clarineat.com podcast. Learn about upcoming reviews and planned product giveaways, as well as how to be eligible to win. Thanks for listening!